ScienceCasts : Un nouvel angle pour mesurer le vent

La saison des ouragans arrive à grands pas et grâce à une paire d'yeux très utile sur la Station Spatiale Internationale, les chercheurs peuvent observer les tempêtes massives d'un angle bien spécifique. http://science.nasa.gov/ Visit http://www.nasa.gov/station for more from the ISS Pour plus de vidéos, cliquez ici : https://alugha.com/NASA

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